Flight Risk by Alexa Riley
Published by Indie on August 3, 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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Sophia Adams has lived her whole life sheltered from the world. Her parents are workaholics, she goes to an all-girls school, and isn’t allowed outside the boundaries that have been set for her. So when she secretly gets a passport and packs a bag the day it arrives, she thinks all of her dreams are finally coming true. That is, until the airport security pulls her out of line and she discovers that maybe she’s more innocent than she thought.
Lincoln Gray owns everything he could ever want. And that includes the dark-haired beauty he catches sight of. One look at Sophia and he’s making sure she’s the carry-on he’s taking to his next stop. She’s too naive to travel the world alone, and luckily for her, he’s the one to protect her. He’s never been told no, and it’s not about to start now. How can a woman resist being given all she’s dreamed of?
Warning: This short story is insta-love faster than a Nighthawk (It’s the fastest plane in the world. Trust us, we Googled.) Make sure your tray tables are in their upright and locked position and your laptop is in a bin by itself. We’ve got a filthy little quickie ready to please!
If you’ve seen any of my reviews, you know I’m a huge AR fan. They write it, I’m devouring it. So of course, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Flight Risk. As always, AR delivers us a delicious over the top alpha who zeros in on the innocent virgin and sweeps her off her feet.
Lincoln sees Sophia in the airport and he knows he can’t let her get away from him. From that moment on, everything he does is to ensure that she is his. I liked Lincoln, he was full of the alpha dominance that AR gives us. He is super protective of Sophia as she becomes his world.
I’m in the minority here with my rating. I devoured this book just like I do all AR books and I really did enjoy it. However, there were a few parts in the book that almost felt like FSOG to me and it threw me off a bit. I think that might be the reason why I didn’t connect with Lincoln and Sophia as much as I wanted to. I was thinking about another couple and it took away some of my focus. This is absolutely one of those “it’s not you, it’s me” situations.
Overall, I enjoyed this book. If you are looking for an over top rich alpha who leaves you tingling, then this is the book for you.